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G is for George of the Jungle

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This is the second of my guilty pleasures.

A baby boy survives a plane crash in the jungle and is brought up by a wise, talking ape (voiced by John Cleese). Years later, an American socialite comes to the jungle to escape her overbearing fiance and when George and Ursula meet, they fall in love. Ursula takes Continue reading “G is for George of the Jungle”

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F is for Ferris Bueller’s Day Off

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Ferris Bueller takes the day off school and decides that his friend Cameron, should join him. He fakes sickness and when Ferris goes round to Cameron’s house, he convinces him to steal his father’s Ferrari. Together, they hoodwink the school principal into believing that there has been a death in the family of Ferris’s girlfriend, Sloane so that she can join in the escapade. What follows is a day of fun Continue reading “F is for Ferris Bueller’s Day Off”

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E is for The Exorcist

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The film opens with elderly priest Father Merrin on an archeological dig in Iraq where he finds a demonic statue. Meanwhile, in Washington D.C. an actress has rented a house with her daughter Reagan while she works on a movie. Strange things begin happening in the house: there are noises in the attic, presumed to be rats and at a dinner party, Reagan comes downstairs and urinates on the carpet. Her worried mother takes her to hospital where she undergoes Continue reading “E is for The Exorcist”